Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-05-15, page 01
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.,1. CliauUligitdl at lliabUliCai Huseum N, High St at 15th—1 ^l\J/ Senring Coliimbus and Central Ohio Jewish CommunHy \V]AR VoL 31, No. 20 COLUMBUS, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAV 15, 1953 Devoted to American ¦nd Jewish Ideals Welcome your UJF Volunteers Sunclay Sunday Is UJF Day — "Over-the-Top" Day. „ "Tbla Is the day which has been set aside by a proclamation of all our splHtiial leaders and the president of the Jewish Community Counoll — a day of dedication and manifestation of community responsibility." This vras the statement of Fred Yenkln. campaign chairman and the three co-chairmen of the General Solicitation Division: Dave Levlson. Ira Monroe nnd Herb Sohiff. **Moro than 200 solicitors who have generously volunteered their time and effort. as well 08 given their contributions, will call on 1,400 men at their homes tomorrow In order to follow through on the plan of securing a contribution from every person who h/M not yet subscribed to tlie United Jewish Fund., The goal this year waa set at a minimum increase of 25% from every prospect. This average can be achieved only of those who are In position to do so can double or triple their gifts. Many people this year have moved away from Columbus and some of our people have passed away during the year. It wlll take real generosity on the part of every person in Columbus to achieve our goal. "We are convinced that the needs Justify an outpouring of contributions that wlU exceed anything realized In the past. 700,000 Immigrants in Israel must be enabled to find hom^s and occupations so that they can be contributing members of the Jewish community In Israci. In our country the sick and disadvantaged — including children and old folks — must l>e cared for. (ronttnafd on pas<> 10) RECORD CROWD ASSURED FOR 107th ANNUAL CONGREGATIONAL DINNER AT BRYDEN RD. TEMPLE SUNDAY A record crowd waa assured for the 107th annual congregational dinner of Bryden Rd. Temple, thla Sunday, 6 p. m., when reservations were closed last Monday becauac the capacity of Winding Hollow Coun¬ try Club facilltiea were filled. Charles P. Taft. Cincinnati, is the featured speaker for the dinner which Is alao the congregational meeting. Nominatlona for Board members only will be presented by Leon Friedman, chairman of the nomi¬ nating committee. All officers aerve another year. Annual reports of all Temple organizations will be presented In wrltt^'n form, with the Board report. JACK L. RATNteR, (general chairman of the dinner committee, announced the complete organiza¬ tion in charge of the affair as fol¬ lows: Program and reports, Mra. Ar¬ thur Loeb, Jr., and Mrs. AUen Gun¬ dershelmer, Sr., co-chairmen; Admittance and tickets, Sol Sha¬ man, chairman; Sol Zell and David Blue, aaslAtant chairmen; Table decorations, Mrs. David Gerstenfeld, chairman; Seating and menu, Mrs. Meyer Monett and Mra. Herbert Wise, co- chairmen; Entertainment. Samuel Shlnbach, chairman; publicity and invitations, Herb¬ ert Wise, chairman; Reservations, Mrs. Sol Zeil, Mrs. Lou Ruben, Mrs. Stanley Davis and Mrs. Harold Goldwasser, co-chair¬ men; and Hosta and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lurle, co-chairmen. THE HO^TS AND hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Allan Tarshlsh, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Qunderahelmer, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Weston, Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam Kahn, Mr. and Mrs. David Davidorf, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Glickman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roth, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oppenheimer, Mr .and Mra. Samuel Gurevltz, Mr. and Mra. Armand Abel, Mr. and Mra. Harry Lurle, Mr. and Mra. Robert Aron¬ aon, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nua¬ baum, Dr. and Mra. J. J. Alpers, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kesaell, t)r. and Mrs. Theodore Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rockoff and Mr. and Mra. Leonard Kohn. Ratner also announced that Leonard Stern will be toaatmaster for the program which will include reports by Milton Staub, president; Mrs. AUen Qunderahelmer, Sr., and Rabbi Jerome Folkman, THE INVOCATION will be given by Rabbi Haf rV Kaplan , and the speaker preaented by Isadore Top¬ per. The Temple choir will present a few numbers. Everyone who has made a res¬ ervation is urged to advlao the Temple office or a member of the Reservations committee if anything wUl prevent attendance so othera who have been refused reflervations may be contacted. Ratner also an¬ nounced t^at no places wUI be available for dinner without reser¬ vations. Gala "May Dance" At Beth Jacob On May 23 Lynn Ballard and "Spooks" Beck¬ man. stars of local TV and radio, and Mac TooU's orchestra are Hat¬ ed among the performera for the big May Dance which the Beth Jacob Men's Club Is sponsoring Saturday evening. May 23, in the auditorium of the beautiful new BJ synagogue, 959 Bulen Ave. ADMISSION to this cabaret-style dance Is $1.50 per couple. Tickets can be purchased at the door or from any member of the BJ Bro¬ therhood. Call DO. 8835, GA. 4431 or AD. 004.7 for advance reserva¬ tions. Jewish servicemen stationed in this area have been invited to be guests of the Brotherhood. AMONG THE added highlights are a novel guessing game (who will be. the unknown -Mr. & Mrs. Bee-Jay?) and a demonstration of popular dancing by a team of pro¬ fessionals. Special prizes. Including a $50 Sunbeam server, wilt be awarded, and plenty of free refreshments will be served, Harold "Hal" Hillson is chair¬ man for this big affair, assisted by Bob Lieberman. Art Rovick, Bob Masser, Sam Helman, Leonard Schwartz, Art Cohen. Abe Silver¬ man, Bert Lando, Mac Haas, Mor¬ ris Weinstrock, Arnold Levlne, Leonard Haas, BlU Bless, Jay Min¬ dell and Edith Weinstock. RABBI ABBA HILLEL SILVER addressing the UJF Mens Special G^fts dinner at Winding Hollow Country Club last week. Seated are Richard J. Abel, Rabbl J. D. Folkman and Jack Resier. B'NAI B'RITH ELECTS GAREK. TARSHISH Isadore W. Garek, post president of District 2, was re-elected as one of the vice-presidents pf the Su¬ preme Lodge, and Allan Tarshlsh, alao a past-president of District 2. was elected as a member of the National Membership Commission at the triennial convention of B'nai B'rith in Washington, D. C, May 2-6. He that hath my word, let him speak my word faithfully.—Jer, 33: Brotherhood^s "Man of the Year" Award to Be Made at Annual Stag-Dinner Party Two important award presentations will be made at the Bryden Rd. Temple Brotherhood's annual free stag-dinner Thursday, May 28, 6:30 p. m., at the Winding Hollow Country Club. Trophies will be presented to the Brotherhood "Man of the Year" and the Leon J. Goodman award for the individual performing the greatest service to the brotherhood. Recipients of these awards will be announced at the dinner, which ia free to all paid-up Bro- theriiood membera. The steak dinner and election of officers will be followed by an un- usual entertainment program, featuring professional talent, direct from New York. ¦*• Brotherhood committee membera have announced that tbe perform¬ ers cannot be named before the dinner, but that audiences who have witnessed It, proclaim It Is a most amazing, en tertainlng,^ ro- gram. A SI ASSESSMENT will be made to partially cover entertainment coats. There will be no door ?ftiarges, "fishbowla", or chances. Door prizes will be given. Members who wish may play golf at the club In the afternoon. Card games wlll follow the dinner and the pro¬ gram. ^_ All post presidents of th6 Bro¬ therhood have been invited Brotherhood members on the stag committee Include Leon Good¬ man, chairman; Sol Shaman, Dave Feerer and Albert GUck. BBW Installation Affair May 27 Wednesday, May 27, 12:30 p, m., at Ilonka's Provincial House, is the date aet for the, annual Installation luncheon of the Columbus Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women. Mrs. Melvln Furman will be In¬ stalled as president, succeeding Mrs. Louis M. Levin. Mrs. MUton J. Leeman, past president of the Columbus Chapter, will act as installing officer. Members are urged to make their reaervatlona early for the luncheon. aince apeu3e is limited. An interetsting program Is being arranged by Mrsv Richard Lieber¬ man and Mrs. Aaron Zacks. JITNEY SUPPER MAY 24 Ahavath Sholom Sisterhood will sponsor a Jitney supper and bingo Sunday, May 24, 5:30 p. m., In the social hall of tho synagogue.' This affair Is open to the public. Bring your children and friends and enjoy an evening of fine food and fun. Senior Hadassah's Installations Tuesday Next Tm?sday, 12:30 p.^'m.. is the late of Sr. Hadassah's hnnual In- itallatlon luncheon at*"Ilonka'3 Pro- dncial House. 4040 E. BroaS St. Mra. Roy J. Stone, one of Ha- iassah's past presidents, wUl in- ntall the newly-elected officers and membera of the Board. Program for the afternoon will be the preaentation of some piano lelectlona by Eugene Barban, young music virtuoso and aon of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barban. Opening prayer wlll be ^Iven by Mrs. Nathan Zeilzer. Phone in your reservation for the luncheon immediately by calling Mrs. Howard Schoenbaum (DO. 5763), or her co-chairmen, Mrti. Sam Gordon (EX. 1693) and Mrs. Alfred Rosenfleld (DO. 8S49). Of/lcera for the coming year are: Pres., Mrs. Sanford Tlmen; v. pres., Mrs. Harry Qetz, Mrs. Fred Yenkln, and Mrs. Jerome Fisher; rec. sec'y, Mrs. August Schofer; corr. sec'y, Mrs. Irving Lackritz; treas., Mrs. Fred Levy; fin. sec'y, Mrs. Cecil Shustick and Mra. Ar¬ thur Westerman. Mrs. Stanley. Wasserstrom and Mrs. Norman Meizlish. chairmen of the Hadassah Medical Onter Pro¬ ject, announce that they will be present to collect Hadassah Dime Banks. RABBI OREENVl^ALD TO SPEAK IN DETROrr This Sunday, at the Theological Seminary in Detroit, Rabbt Leo¬ pold - Greenwald will be guest speaker at the banquet B[>onsored by the Detroit Orthodox Rabbinate and the Theological Seminary, un¬ der the name of Yeshivath Chach- mey LubUn. The occasion fs the Conclusion ot. the Study of the Talmud. The entire orthodox population of Detroit will participate in this great event. THIS SCENE waa photographed at the Speolal Gifts dinner of the UJF Junior DivlsloiL Seated, Ij^ft to Hght, at the table: Fran Goldfarb, Sheldon Steinhaus¬ er, Phyllis Katz, Barbara Wilson, Dave Folkman, Shirley Wilson, Barbara Wasserstrom, Simon Coh¬ en, Melville D. Frank, Mrs. Frank. Standing: Joe White, Beverly Fleishman. Hers£|ieLp&£'h wartz Barbara Sussman, Phyllis Roth. . Mother-Daughter Luncheon May 27 The annual Mother-Daughter luncheon of the Columbus Chapter of Mizrachl Women will be held noon Wednesday, May 27, at Agudas Achim Synagogue. All members and- friends of Miz¬ rachl Women are cordially Invited. A special ahowlng of .the latest film of the Mizrachl Children's Village t^ld Farm School In Jeru¬ salem'will feature the program that day. Mlsrachl Women will hold their regular meeting tomorrow after¬ noon, 2:30. at Ahavas Sholom Synagogue. Members ^re urged to attend. Plans for the rummage sale to be held by Mizrachl Women are now being completed. Those who have rummage may have It picked up by calling Mrs. Xlavld Raikin, DO. 2837.
|Title||Ohio Jewish Chronicle, 1953-05-15|
|Subject||Jews -- Ohio -- Periodicals|
|Place||Columbus (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)|
|Creator||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Collection||Ohio Jewish Chronicle|
|Submitting Institution||Columbus Jewish Historical Society|
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